Together with the County, State, and Federal governments, the City of Oakland is one of many government agencies that work to pave your roads, clean your parks, and offer services to Oaklanders who need them the most. A City budget is the plan for how we will use our resources to provide services to the public.
The Highway Safety Improvement Program, Cycle 9, will install pedestrian safety improvements to the Foothill Boulevard Corridor
In 2009, the US EPA awarded the City of Oakland a $200,000 “site-specific” brownfield assessment grant for use at an assemblage of eleven contiguous parcels located at the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and Seminary Avenue.
E. 15th Street and Foothill Boulevard between 1st and 14th Avenues
A protected bike lane and pedestrian safety project on Fruitvale Avenue between E12th St and Alameda Ave
The Fruitvale Avenue Project installed bike and pedestrian safety improvements to the Fruitvale Corridor between E 12th Street and E 22nd Street. OakDOT is currently working to restore on-street parking along Fruitvale Avenue.
This project runs from Alameda Ave at the Miller Sweeney Bridge to Park Blvd at the Leimert Bridge, connecting the City of Alameda to the Fruitvale BART Station, and the Fruitvale and Dimond Districts. The section between Alameda Ave and E 7th St forms part of the spine of the on-street Bay Trail.
The proposed project includes the demolition of the existing site improvements and the construction of a four-story condominium/apartment building with 275 units to be built around interior courtyards and a five-story (six-level) parking garage.
Bridge Development Partners has submitted a proposal to demolish the existing contaminated buildings, remediate the site, and construct a warehouse on the site previously owned by General Electric.
Improving Grand Avenue for all roadway users along with a planned repaving project
A comprehensive transportation plan to keep existing residents in place, while strategizing an inclusive, safer, and sustainable transportation network for the future. Check out the February 2022 final plan at the green link below!
The Head-Royce School is proposing an expansion to extend the existing 14-acre campus across Lincoln Avenue to the site of the former Lincoln Children’s Center and to develop an integrated 22 acre campus serving a student population of 1250 at maximum buildout.
Through an RFP process, the City entered an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with Orton Development, Inc. for the adaptive reuse of this historic building on the southern shore of Lake Merritt.
Imagining a safer and more connected High Street with a planned repaving project
The High Street Project installs pedestrian safety improvements on High Street, a high injury corridor, between San Leandro Street and 580.
The City of Oakland will be renovating Holly Mini Park, located at 9830 Holly Street, in 2022. The final renovation design was developed by Dillingham Associates with much community input. Over the past 18 months, the landscape design firm Dillingham Associates created all of the design and construction documents required for the renovation of Holly Mini Park. The City of Oakland is preparing the materials required to advertise the park renovation to local contractors.
Opportunities to get involved and engaged in Oakland's future. We Oaklanders help Oakland.
Funded by Measure HH
The Lake Merritt BART Bikeways Project installed high-quality bikeways serving Lake Merritt BART in early 2017.
Chinatown near Lake Merritt BART received swift and effective safety improvements in July 2019
This proposed project is a two-block transit-oriented development project at 51 9th Street (Block 1) and 107 8th Street (Block 2). The project proposes 557 residential units (including 233 affordable units), up to 500,000 sf of office space, up to 16,500 sf of ground floor retail and food service, ~2,000 sf for a commercial kitchen, 6,200 sf for day care, and a total of 408 parking spaces. The project includes a public paseo and BART plaza.
The Oakland Waterfront Trail is a part of the San Francisco Bay Trail, a planned 500-mile network of bicycle and hiking trails that will form a continuous ring around the Bay.